Crangon crangon

Sandreke også kjent som Hestereke ( Crangon crangon ) er et krepsdyr tilhørende tifotkreps. Sandreken er en kommersielt viktige art av reker, fisket hovedsakelig i den sørlige Nordsjøen, men også funnet i Irskesjøen, Østersjøen, Middelhavet og Svartehavet, samt i Skandinavia, langs hele norskekysten i nord og i sør helt til . Its common names include brown shrimp, common . Bufret Lignende Oversett denne siden 4. Editio decima, reformata.

Laurentius Salvius: Holmiae. The North Sea shrimp belongs to the family of Crangonidae, or sand shrimps. This family of rather small, relatively dark shrimps occurs in cold and moderate regions, mainly in the northern hemisphere. All across the globe there are about 9different shrimp families, 3of which are used for consumption. Brown shrimp Crangon crangon is among the top three species caught in the North Sea with respect to landings, is a major food item found in cod and whiting stomachs, and is itself an important predator of in- and epifauna in intertidal areas that is assumed to control plaice and mussel . Shrimp are found in large amounts in the coastal zone and tidal waters because they are well adapted to the strongly fluctuating circumstances.

However, they also eat dead plants and animals, as well as excrement.

The brown shimp, Crangon crangon is a long thin animal, mottled brown in colour, narrowing from a wide anterior end to a fanned tail. They are very mobile and therefore can . The colour can be varied by . A clear picture of the nursery system and its function in the . Description, classification, synonyms, distribution map and images of Crangon crangon. The population structure, growth, mortality, and size at sexual maturity of the common shrimp ( Crangon crangon ) were examined in Port Erin Bay, Isle of Man, Irish. For estimation of parameters of growth and mortality, monthly length–frequency data were analysed by ELEFAN.

SAMENVATTING Van twee soorten garnalen, Crangon crangon en Crangon allmanni werden gegevens verkregen over de inwendige osmotische concentratie na adaptatie aan verschillende saliniteiten en temperaturen. Van twee componenten van de osmotische concentratie, water en elektrolyten, werd de wisselwerking . Den vanligaste arten i släktet Crangon som påträffas på grunda sandbottnar längs stora delar av svenska kusten. Den skiljer sig från den mer djuplevande arten Crangon allmanni genom att den är lite kraftigare i kroppsformen och saknar de två längsgående kölar som finns på översidan av sista bakkroppssegmentet som . Ecologie de Crangon crangon (L.) (Decapoda, Caridea) dans un étang de la côte languedocienne. Mouvements et répartition intralagunaires.

Vie et Milieu , 359–367. Ecological studies on the brown shrimp ( Crangon crangon ) fishery in the Solway Firth.

University of Newcastle Upon . The bulk of Dutch shrimp is fished in the Netherlands, transported to Morocco to be peeled (due to lower labour costs) and then shipped back again to Europe for consumption. Visual screening of a subsample of C. Affected shrimp exhibited a loss of carapace transparency and upon opening of the body cavity, contained . Fisheries targeting brown shrimp ( Crangon crangon ) in the North Sea in European waters are largely unregulated in terms of landings and effort. A license system exists, but this did not prevent the current situation of overcapacity of the shrimp fleet. The European brown shrimp, Crangon crangon , is a highly valued commercial species fished in the north-eastern Atlantic, especially the North Sea.

The shrimp fisheries are mainly coastal and exert high pressures on the local ecosystems, including estuaries.